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Mission Awareness Day

Contact: Marlene Mhangami
Email: missionawareness@messiah.edu

 


Mission Awareness


Purpose of Mission Awareness Day

The purpose of Mission Awareness Day is to promote and stimulate greater understanding and interest in mission and service both locally and globally.


Mission Awareness Day at Messiah

During Mission Awareness Day, missions representatives from around the world come to Messiah for a day dedicated to raising awareness of our global community. As a result, students have the opportunity to attend mission focused chapels, luncheons and dinners with various speakers and representatives, booth time by the mission organizations, as well as have one-on-one interaction with other students and representatives who share a passion for global change.

 

 

Schedule for MAD 2013 (Tues, November 5th)

 

8:00 – 12:00 PM Booth Time #1 Eisenhower Commons
12:00 – 1:00 PM Wraps with Reps (RSVP) Union Alcove
1:00 – 4:00 PM Booth Time #2 Eisenhower Commons
5:30 – 7:00 PM International Dinner (RSVP) Private Dining Room

Invited Mission Organizations for Mission Awareness Day 2013:

 

 
 
  • BICWM (Brethen In Christ World Missions)
    The Brethren In Christ are a global family committed to worshiping and obeying God and sharing the Good News of Jesus Christ with all people. After 110 years of global ministry, Brethren in Christ World Missions (BICWM) continues to embrace our heritage and future, connecting with people around the world as God calls every tongue and tribe into His mission.
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  • Colaborers International
    This is where the mission field and your field of study meet. Colaborers International provide opportunities for stateside students to use their talents to meet needs of the indigenous mission. Internships are stateside and overseas. Short term aide trips are available in the area of your expertise. Churches can sponsor with church plants overseas for special needs and prayer. Fund-raisers and events connect student groups  to specific needs and feature student talent
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  • EMM (Eastern Mennonite Missions)
    Eastern Mennonite Missions is an Anabaptist mission agency supported primarily by approximately 170 congregations in Lancaster Conference of the Mennonite Church. Their mission begins with the world, ministering among those who do not yet know the good news. As new groups of believers spring up, they work to strengthen churches and empower leaders.
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  • Mennonite Central Committee
    Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), a worldwide ministry of Anabaptist churches, shares God's love and compassion for all in the name of Christ by responding to basic human needs and working for peace and justice. MCC envisions communities worldwide in right relationship with God, one another and creation. Read more about MCC's purpose and vision, priorities, approaches, values and convictions.
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  • One Mission Society (OMS)
    OMS is an organization that takes the Great Commission, and the commands of Christ, seriously. OMS unites in partnership with more than 180 organizations and denominations for one purpose: to see the Gospel of Jesus Christ spread throughout the world, with the greatest number of disciples made, and to see God glorified in all that we say and do — to help fulfill the Great Commission. This has been, is and always will be our One Mission.
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  • Push the Rock
    Push The Rock creates, develops, teaches and implements adaptable, culturally relevant sports ministry concepts through an active portrayal of Christian values in an atmosphere where the message of Christ and excellence in athletics meet.
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  • Serving in Mission (SIM)
    SIM is an international mission organization with more than 1,600 active missionaries serving in more than 60 countries. SIM members serve God among many diverse people groups in Africa, Asia, and South America. SIM workers are "international" themselves, representing more than 30 nationalities—including nations that in the past only received missionaries. They also serve in a wide variety of career fields. SIM is looking for people of any ethnicity who have almost any skill imaginable.
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